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Is it Possible to Change with CAPL the IP Address of the SOME/IP Endpoints?

Last updated: 2019-12-16

Is it possible to change with CAPL the IP address of the SOME/IP endpoints?


No it is not, because the endpoint IP address is part of the TCP/IP stack configuration and is fixed as soon as CANoe starts the measurement (simulation).


If your simulation is based on a database (Fibex/ ARXML), then the TCP/IP stack configuration is set in the background as soon as the simulation node is configured to use a specific network node description out of a database. The endpoint IP address is then fix and cannot even be manually adapted in the TCP/IP stack configuration dialog (read only). All you can do to use in your simulation an endpoint IP address that is not part of the database, is to manually add a new node in your simulation setup, configure its TCP/IP stack to the desired endpoint IP address and proceed for your simulation like indicated in KnowledgeBase article 999.

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